Saturday, March 23, 2019

Reverence for civil rights movement figures: “The Meeting”

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: katyaagatucci2@cocc.edu) In honor of the 10th Season of Nonviolence, members of the Afrocentric Studies Club came together to perform a play recognizing the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther...

Kicking off spring term with an all-inclusive dance

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) Wille Hall was filled with students, paper flower decorations, music and dancing for an all-inclusive spring fling hosted by the LGBTQ+ club Saturday night. Dana Thomas, club member,...

Giving by buying in Bend

Contributing to a cause by buying something for yourself or a friend is a win-win situation. Fortunately, Central Oregon has many options for doing just that. One of these options is 541 Threads located in...

Weekly Top 5: Stories of 2013

James Middleton, president of COCC, to retire On April 15, Jim Middleton, the president of COCC, announced that he will be retiring June 2014. Middleton is the fourth COCC president in the college’s 63 years...

COCC tuition increase proposed

The college is thinking of raising tuition to $87 a credit, and it looks like it will go up even more in the next five years. The tuition raise would bring on more faculty,...

Program pierces Muslim culture veil

On Oct. 24, students will have the opportunity to experience a different culture without the cost of a plane ticket. Central Oregon Community College’s multicultural department and Barber Library will be presenting the Bridging Cultures...

Board of Directors

This year’s drop in enrollment, search for a next year’s president, and Central Oregon Community College’s other important issues were the focus of the Board of Directors’ meeting on Oct. 9. 1: Enrollment drop COCC’s enrollment...

Visiting Scholars program: “Extra spark” toward degree

For over 30 years, The Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholars Program has been bringing some of the world’s most influential minds to Central Oregon. The program was established in 1985 by the former owner...

Campus Word: What is your favorite class and why?

We asked four students on campus, "What is your favorite class and why?"                                                                                                                             Photos by Jeremy Pierce

Carrie brings nothing worthy of a remake

Stephen King’s Carrie was first translated from book to film in 1976. The horror was so popular, it’s been adapted multiple times to film and even Broadway. I’ve never seen any of these adaptations. With...